Schools and Offices CLOSED Monday, Oct. 5, 2015
Charleston County School District schools and offices will be closed on Monday, October 5, 2015. Additional information about rescheduled events and make-up days will be available on social media as it becomes available. Follow/like @CCSDconnects for breaking information.
Join us October 24th (new date due to weather) at Haut Gap Middle School from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. for the District 9 Fall Festival, showcasing the best of Angel Oak Elementary, Frierson Elementary, Haut Gap Middle, Mt. Zion Elementary, and St. John's High School.
Kindergartners at Harbor View were ecstatic to welcome Challenger, the American Bald Eagle, to Charleston. Not only did they get to see the eagle they read about last year, they got to see the bird fly around the gymnasium! Thank you to the American Eagle Foundation for making a special trip for our students.
Pinckney's National History Teacher of the Year
Charles Pinckney Elementary fifth grade teacher Mary Huffman, the 2015 National History Teacher of the Year, threw out the first pitch at a recent Charleston RiverDogs game!
Our personalized learning department is being heralded at the national level, and promises to revolutionize the classroom by creating a student centered, competency based model with proven results in order to close the readiness gap for all students. Pictured: Students at work using innovative learning zones at Stall High School.
Baptist Hill Teacher Cadets Greet Superintendent
Superintendent Gerrita Postlewait enjoyed her recent visit to Baptist Hill Middle High School where she met many students and teachers, including the BHMHS Teacher Cadets!
Mary Ford Students are College Bound!
We love this Facebook photo and post from Mary Ford Elementary School: "It's a great day for learning at Mary Ford Elementary School. Ask your child to recite the college bound creed that they say every morning. We want our scholars to know and believe that they can go to college!"